In the news
Pushing quantum further

23 Oct 2019

Riverlane featured in The Guardian

Riverlane's CEO Steve Brierley commented in The Guardian about Google's latest announcement of having attained quantum advantage over conventional computers.

Read post →
13 Jun 2019

Quantum computing software developer Riverlane secures £3.25m funding

Riverlane, Europe’s most advanced quantum computing software developer, has raised £3.25m in seed funding, led by venture capital investors Cambridge Innovation Capital and Amadeus Capital Partners, with the participation of Cambridge Enterprise.

Read post →
28 Feb 2019

New algorithm by Riverlane accelerates quantum chemistry

One of the most compelling uses of a quantum computer is to find approximate solutions to the Schrodinger equation. Such first-principles calculations form an important part of the computational chemistry toolkit and are used to understand features of large molecules such as the active site of an enzyme in a chemical reaction.

Read post →
06 Feb 2019

Riverlane and dividiti join forces for quantum hackathon in Paris

Riverlane and dividiti recently had the exciting opportunity to co-organize the first Quantum Hackathon in France, with support from Quantonation and IBM.

Read post →
25 Sep 2018

First meeting for the Strategic Initiative in Quantum Software held at Riverlane

The first meeting to develop a Strategic Initiative in Quantum Software was held this Monday. Organised by Oxford NQIT, and convened at Riverlane in Cambridge, a range of parties interested in quantum software put forth a joint desire for a rich intermediate language.

Read post →
07 Sep 2018

Riverlane and Rigetti are Partnering

Riverlane have joined forces with Rigetti – one of the world’s leading quantum computing companies. The partnership forms as a result of Rigetti’s newly launched Quantum Cloud Services platform, designed to accelerate the pursuit of quantum advantage.

Read post →
21 Jun 2018

Western Europe’s first Quantum Computing Hackathon

We recently hosted our first quantum computing hackathon here in Cambridge, UK, where over 20 keen quantum programmers were given exclusive cloud access to Rigetti’s 8-qubit Agave quantum computer. We had participants with various backgrounds, ranging from secondary school students to PhD students and experienced professionals, most of whom had no prior experience programming quantum computers.

Read post →